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been reduced to the last extremity, before the Exchange of money with England the troops which we know to have been and other countries the decline of trade sent out, or other succours from Madras, aid manuračiurts in that island--and the could arrive to their relief.'
extensive fubversion of commerc al credit The following statement of the present both within Ireland, and in the interstrength of the British navy, was com course between Liih merchants and their municated by one of his Majesty's mi. foreign correspondents. L rd Cacinarvon nilt rs, up n a late occasion, in the House and Lord Grenville adopted and enfürced of Commons. The lips, frigares, and the fame opinion. It was ingen ofly floops of war now in commißion, are 411: opposed by Lord Hawkesbury and the the finall craft employed on the British Lurd Chancel or, who endeavoured to coat, are 602 : the small craft on the thew, that, under the reftriction, in forIrith coast, 137 : ip addition to these, mer years, the Bank of Ireland hau ils the Eat India Company fupplies 20
sued its notes with the molt commend. fhips, and the Trinity House, 10, for able good faith and discretion; and that the defence of the Thames : 373 vessels no evils could relult from renewing the are now in a progress of being armed and restriction which would, in any deotherwise equipped for fta, with the ut gree, counterbalance its utility in the molt dispatch. The number of the sea, present general circumftances of the Em. men in actual service, is 77,002: the pire. marines are 11,97.
The same subject came under difcufSeveral debates of no small keenness fion in the House of Commons, on the and importance', arose, during the month 2d of March. The evils of the restricof March, in the two Houles of Parliament, tion were eloquently fiated by Mr. Fitter
On the ist, the question for the Speak- and Mr. George Ponto ihy: its necessity er's leaving the Chair, in the House of was, on the oiher hand, well urged by Commons, that the House might go into Mr. Corry. a Comiritiee, on the Bill to consolidate An enquiry from Mr. Grey respecting and amend the leveral laws relating to his Majelty's indifpofition was antwered Volunteers, was warmly and eloquently from the Ministeria! Bench in language opposed; and a long contention of argu- intimating his rapid convalefcence to a ments ensued. Mr. Francis, Colonel Itate of health, in which he would ealily Crawford, Admiral Berkeley, Mr. Fox, discharge all the accustomed functions of Mr. Windham, and Mr. Pitt were the royalty. principal speakers in this debite. The The new schedule of the duties payfarther progress of the bill was opposed able at the Custom-houles in the ports of on the pretence, that its tendency was, Ireland were the subject of consideration to impofe new, unforeseen, and intoler in the House of Comnens, on the 3d. able reitrainis upon the volunt:ers; and Several alterations have been made, acyet, that it would not tend to provide cominodating that scale of duties, fomeine country with an effective force the what better tnan in the former schedule, most suitable for its actual defence against to the general interests of the trade of invasion. Capiair
. Markham replied, the United Kingdom. wi h great spirit to fome cenfures of the On the 6th, Sir John Wrottelley, in manner in which the naval defence of the the House of Communis, moved for a country is managed ; and endeavoured, Committee tu enquire into the causes of with some plaufibility, to evince, that it the late inkurrection in Dublin. is even better adapred, than that of the guel, that the Guvernment had be. n, to late war, for the effectual baiping of all a criminal degree, negligent of the inea-. that is attempted or menaced by the files fit to prevent that dangerous outenemy. Tre question for a Cominiitee breaking of reb:lion;' aid Gated, in of ihe House on the Bill, was carried. particular, among other things, tha',
On the same day, a debate on the Bill almust at the critical mo.nent, The Lord for the Restriction of the Bank of Ire- Lieutenant's fecretary, Mr. Mariden, had land from making payments in coin, was made very light of the wholc affair. opened in the House of Peers, by Lord Mr. Canning fuppor ed the notion with King. His Lordhip represented the mea great eaineitic's. but it was then suíly lu e renewed in the Bill, a having al. opposed by L rd Caitle' cagn, and "ir. ready been pernicious to the trade of Secretary Yorke; and was, in the ind, Ireland. Tochis fource alone, he itrove rejected. to trace the origin of the present dilid On the oth, the enquiries from min lm vantage to which Ireland is subject in ters, respecting the stait of his Mity's
health, were renewed, in the House of blockade of the port of Boulogne were Commons, hy Mr. Grey; in the House much fitter than any smaller ones to of Peers, by the Earl of Fitzwilliam. act succesfully against the French gun. The answers were so fatisfactory re boats. He even added, that he thought it fpecting the King's recovery, as to leave impossible for any French force fufficient no room for the propofition of any new to make a descent on the British or Irish mealure in Parliament, relative to the coasts, to esca e across the Channel, un. supreme functions of the Executive Go. dicovered by the Englith squadrons, as vernment.
these are now distributed, and main. On the 14th, Mr. Creevey proposed an tained in active vigilance. Mr. Sheridan enquiry into the conduct of the British zealoully vindicated the conduct of the Government, and its servants, towards Earl of St. Vincent's at the head of the the na:ive inhabitants of the island of Admiralty; and pronounced a very high Ceylon; representing, with a full detail eulogy on the vigour and integrity with of particulars, that it had been highly which that illustrious nobleman haa supinconsiderate and unjus. But, he failed pressed peculation and embezzlement in to periuade the Hoult, that it ought to different departments of the naval feryield to his motion.--Mr. Francis inoved, vice; as well as on the energy, the vigithe fame day, and with no better success, lance, the comprehensive and discerning for an enquiry into the origin and juts pro'essional judgment with which he has tice of the present war with the Mah- managed the equipment and the diftri. rattas.
bution of the fiets, convoys, and cruizers, But the most important motion of and on his care not only to supply by enquiry that has been lately made, was new equipments, the constant waste of that proposed by Mr. Pitt, relating to the war and navigation, but still, likewise, Naval Defence of this country. He re to increase the force of the Royal Navy, presented the strength and activity of the and the numbers of its Thipping. Mr. Navy to be, now, considerably less, than Fox cordially joined in the praises of in the late war. He complained that Lord St. Vincent's, but was not averse there was in particular, a great deficiency froin an enquiry, the result of which in those small armed vessels, which must could not, in his judgment, fail to crown naturally be the firtest to cope with the that nobleman's character with new hogun. boats of the French. He lamented
Mr. George Ponsonby called, the want of due activity in the dock also, for an enquiry. Many other memyards, and the neglect of the convenient bers spoke in the debate ; and it was policy of having ships of war built by ' continued to great length. The Chanthe merchants, upon commission. The cellor of the Exchequer spoke ftrenu. distribution of the squadrons, the general ously against the notion. The House at System of the operations of the fleet, the Jast, divided on the question. Not fewer manner in which the Navy is now fup- than 130 voted with Mr. Pitt; but his plied with seamen and marines, but espe. motion of Enquiry was rejected by a macially the state of the naval defence of jority of 201. There was a felicity in the coast, and the tone and terror of the the choice of this question, inasmuch as conduct of the Admiralty, were reviewed, it was almost the only one on which the in his speech, with strong and pointed friends of Mr. Fox and those of Mr. Pitt censure. Mr. Tierney defended the pre- could divide together against the Admifent administration of the Navy; and niftration, without any very conspicuous Jepresented the whole naval force of the dereliction of the principles upon which Empire now to consist of not fewer than they had been before in mutual hoftility 1500 ships of war. Sir C. M. Pole between themselves. It was observed, zealously represented the present plan of that, in this instance, not only Mr. Sheriour naval operarions offensive and defen- dan, but also the other servants of his five 'o be the belt adapted of any that a Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, professional seaman could well imagine, gave their votes with the Admịnistration. for successful opposition to the force and designs of the enemy. Sir Edward Pellew Has been lately, the scene of events which gave a similar opinion ; and informed the few its Consúlar Government not to be House that within every three weeks, the as yet in a state of full stability. The Mhips of war under his command, on the Jacobins, the surelt guardians of the restation he lately occupied had been re- publican establishments have been almost lieved regularly; and that gin-brigs and disipated and annihilared as a party, by other such vesiels as now formed the che general abhorrence of their revolu
tionary excesses, and by the institution of First Consul and his Ministers. The sei. the Consular Authorities. By the am žure of the papers of those persons against nesties to the emigrants, many fincere whom the information was given, is said royalists were restored to France. Moreau, to have told more : and a good deal has and all those officers who, not being Bo- been extorted by examination from the naparte's creatures, saw themselves ex men under accusation and in confinement. cluded by his supremacy from advance A plot of the most heinous intentions is ment agreeable to their wishes, were, of said by the Ministers of the Consular Gocourse, induced to delire a new change of vernment to have been thus seasonably dif. government; and when they considered covered. But it is, on the other hand, the old attachments of the people, and the londly alledged by the friends of Moreau example of England in the seventeenth and Pichegru, that the whole accusation century, could imagine no change fo likely is a fi&tion of the Government for the ruin to satisfy the majority of the French Na- of men whom the First Consul dreaded, tion, and to build up their own fortunes and found a suitable moment to destroy, on a sure foundation, as one that should on pretence of their being in a conspiracy restore the regal dignity and the Family of against him. A third party affirm that the Bourbons. Among the exiles to the conspiracy is in part real ; that the whom all amnesty was denied, or who, persons accused are, in general, privy to in their zeal for their King, and their ab- it ; but that they have been ensnared by horrence of Bonaparte, scorned to accept pretended accomplices, who were, in the Consul's favour, were not a few per- truth, the spies and decoys of the Governfons of distinguished ability, indefatigable ment ; that they had not intentions nearin intrigue, impatient of revenge, sanguine ly lo bold and guilty as those which are in hopes, and therefore incessantly labour. now attributed to them; and that, if put ing to overturn, by their correspondence, to death, they will perish, not upon fair, the Consular power, and to reconcile the substantial evidence, but upon suspicions minds of the French People to a restora- and pretences, which, however, are not at tion of their old rulers. The burthens bottom entirely in the wrong. Lavallee, and losses of the present war, and the ri. Laborie, and several of those who are dicule of eternal threats and preparations named by the Government as being in ending in nothing, have conliderably di- conspiracy, and proscribed for seizure or minished that popular enthusiasm in France deaih, are said to have escaped to London. for Bonaparte which arole from his luc. Within a short time before the conspiracy cesses in Italy, the only theatre of his was detected, most of the officers who had martial glory—and from his giving peace been promoted to eminent command unto the nation at a time when it was abso- der Moreau, or upon his recommendation, lutely lick of the beggary, the desolation, were removed from their appointments.the oppression of military adventure and Public expectation at Paris is now turned of conquet. In this state of feelings, with great anxiety toward the issue of the parties, opinions, and interests, in France, Erials of the conspirators. As the trial that which was naturally to be expected by jury is now under suspension in France, has taken place. A conspiracy to de- it is not supposed that they will be sufferthrone the First Consul has been detected. ed io escape, if the Government can find Pichegru and some other exiles, who had advantage in their death. secretly passed to France from England In the mean time, the preparations for and other surrounding countries, have the invasion of this country are much inbeen seized at Paris in suspicious fitua- creased in all the ports of France and tions, such as it is imagined that they Holland. There are said to be not fewer would scarcely have put themselves into than twelve hundred armed vessels ready if they had not been in plots against the at Boulogne only. At other ports the Government. General Moreau, and vas preparations are believed to be propora rious other persons never accused till now tionately great. At Toulon, at Brest, at of treason against the Revolution, have every port of France and Holland, armabeen taken and put in confinement, as ac ments are said to be in readinels to fail, as complices in the fame designs. The trea soon as they may escape out with any chery of persons who were in the confpi- prospect of eluding or defeating the racy' had betrayed it to the spies of the blockading squadrons.
ALPHABETICAL List of BANKRUPTCIES and Dividends announced between the
2016 of February, and the 20th of March, extracted from the London Gazettes. .
BANKRUPTCIES, The Solicitors' Names are between Parentheses.
ALDERS IN. Christopher, Beccles, grocer: (E. and T.
, All n, J., ten. Jiwry ardei, victuailer. (Lewis, New
1,11 , Minories Bitman', w. Furnival's inn court, printer. (Beethain,
6, Bouverie Itreet Iul
Thomas Bernat friet, Bristol, brandy merchant. (sandford and Sweet, Inner 1emple Bedd, Ainoplias, Avery', warehousemaa. (Hurd,
Kin shinchwaik. Temple Beck, John Morki, wie merchant. (Bacon, South
-9. pton tireet, Covent Garden Luis Wiliani, torino, priter and bakfeller. (Shawe,
New Brid, citreet, Wachiris Blick, Gecti e, and Alexier Sicphen, kur laive, dealers
in C035.) irrall, Wint Kittit, Fleet itreet Bery, Willam, Cikhain, doticcary. Ritem and Merri.
6. Cutitice Bl. 78, JihinHallfwor:h, thopkeeper. (Tarrant and
Nou.', licerylae 3:ti:fo, Kichardt, zeid Samuel Wade, Manchester, iner
chan:'JADI R. Wik, Warnturut urs Bur, Wiliam, juli, Pilton, Cauthier. (Luxmoore, Red
Toti uare Cre, times, Cuine, corun manufacturer. (Ellis, Cur.
fitor taket Consilting Thurnas. Crediton, ferge maker. (Darke, Princes
rect, Bedford row Davis, Benjamin, Chatham, money firivener. (Fowell,
Eilt x ttreet, Strand Dunkin, Jha, Açucross ftreet, rectifier. (Martin, Vint
t's all Edwrds. William, New Bond street, goldsmith and jewel
ler, Meltin, Maddox ficer Etches, Jame; Daventr. rcer, trading in the firin of
Etches and Poole. Wainwri:ht: Hare cuurt. Temple Engliit, Sarail, Charing cruis, hofier. (Hougton, Charles
fireet, St. James's Evans, Henry, Calle, clothier. (Sandys, Horton, and Tree
venen, Crane court, Fiset itreet Fell Josepha Whi.by, ropemaker. (Roster, Kirby fireet,
Hatton Garden Fallon, Thomas, Bimeprette freet within, pewterer.
(Jones, Lord Mayor's Court office, Royai Exchange Gudrrey, Danici, Morfidus, broker. Chettir, Melipa
place, Wermine road Hetketh George Gakeld, Manchester, grocer. (J. C. and
c. Jackfon, Walbrook Hindity, Thomas, and Samuel Cooling, Manchester, calico
11.Duracirers. (Hewitter H!!, walter. Putney, krocer Lucket, Barinnall ftreet Hopwood, Thomas, Rasindal, plumber. (Haityt, Chan. Haynes, Thomas, Oundie, nursery and feedfinan. (Kin
deriey, Lon', and Inet, Syınood'sinin Jonnion, bhomas, Leicetter, carpenter. (Taylor, South
anpton building's Jenkinton, Richard, Pocklington, money scriv ner. (Crof
reld and Moore, Salisbury heig Sirand Kingitury. Laniel. Exeter, facher Fishnan, Ely place Kni.ht, William, luntriige Wells, baiker. (Bia idrord
and sweet, King's Een wall, Tempi Leening. Thomas, of Peiton, Joh! Myres of Cleckhea
ton, 231 William Chipman, of Preton, Worited manu. ta'turers, Evans T.vies in Lloy. Thomas, Biliter tuale, merchant. (Kayll, Tower
royal lopta ohn, and Samuel 1). Liptrap, Whitechap:1, dif
tiits. Druce, billiter fuare Leuliard, Chetits, en Bromwich, ironmaster. (Egerton,
Cray's in fare L2100, Wilner, and William Cyron, 1 ilcoin, drapers.
(lad. Racquet court, Fleet treet Lawton, Jarne, Dubcrois in Saddleworth, thopkeeper.
Elättye. Chancery lane Martina bonasBirmingham, and Thomas Nicholls,
trang 26 birminghani in the fil 0 Martin and Co. ano di Stone, in the firm ut Nicholls and Co. (Curitable, Synonasini Martingale', John, New Bond ftreet, wine merchant.
(Dewbery', Cunnit Atreet Mathews, William, Long lane, Southwark, velum and
parchment maker. (Roche, Nicholas Jane, Lornbard
treet Moabe, Edware, Broad ftruet, Bloomsbury, hat maker.
(Fut': rgill and Savane, uld trotinet Nanfersha Richard, We all. Whittington, grazier. (Hurd,
Kings Lench walk Toner Temple Murray, Samuel, Kulleli court, bookseller. (Cobb, Cle
men's inn Me, Thomas Nanchefter, and Peter Lunn, of Eccles,
calico manufacturers. (Ellis, Cuitor Areet North, William, Dewsbury, coveriid lanufacturer.
Sykes and Knowlts, Lofwe court Bani 112cBritti, copei. ' Janie's, Gray's inn fquare Ygwit, who, Cippenlari cloitier. Sandys, tortor, and
a resci.col5, Counc iuuri, icct ita ect
Prince, William, Stockpuri, cotton fpinner. (Edge, Inner
Tempie Powin,' Richart, Grofvuur mews, veterinary furgeon.
Rbining Charitr houte ftuare Powui'ch, George, Liv.insend, du er mariner. (Atcheson,
Atras Powil, William, Broad freet, St. Gils's, lineu draper. 15 kainean venutawy
1.swrence, Brnaba Cuiler. (James, Gray's int Ruti, l'homas. Dalfton, stock broker (Waltoni, Girdler's
hal, Bauhaliit cet Read, Amps. Alsermanbury, warehoufeman. (Hurd,
King's Li wak, Temple RI***S, Thomas, Gloucester, meror (James, Gray's
in luuare Rich diun, Sylvester, Blackburn, grucer. (Clarke and
Ricars Ricy, anuel, soy land, cotton spinner. (Gleadhill and
Fire, Lotlbury Riotom, Natal, of the Pa 2201, Southwark, taurer.
Ferngs, Lauinte pounene y huli P, ?, A.LTD, au juhu xlvic. Argyle Areet, army
agent. Rid k.bhallitor ireet, Blachfiiars Stewart, Rlbert, and Wallien tewart, Manchettes, mer.
Cants. Kay and Rhe, che er Siche, GeorGolport, ShoeIIiner. arrant and Moule,
10:1) lle Spees, Geure, black man Aieet, table keeper. (Collyer,
Greut tatt Cit-D Stord, John, Loningsby, brewer. (Wilfont, Canle street,
hati Shipity, Thomas, Wa'co, coach mater and cornfactor.
Baldaic and Alex.der, Next Solomon Ifaac, 50 plat 11 hitechapel, insurance
broker inubert, Smutusan Suveny, Thold , Scinthorpe, Willer, (Geldart, Holborn
Cutii, Gray's inn Thompion, Charles Jonn, Gorwel street, filversmith,
(smell y Alderigate treet Teatvalc, William, Mancheiter, cotton hroker. (Ruther.
furd, arthulinaw wc Thompfon, ihan, at Percival Barker, Dean ftreet, Souti.wark, merchants. haeton, Barlow, and Grove
Dor, Autin tiars Wheeler. Jofeph, Hampitead, victualler. (Deuton, Field
Cullit, Grays in Waroell, George, Mapfel street, Goodman's ficlus. (Evirt
and R.Xoli, haydon liquare, Minories Wilton. Joull, Nantwich, timber merchana. (Wilfun,
Crown Otilce row, Temple Wilde, Jaines, Dale in Saduleworth, clothier. (Battye,
Chancery lane Watkins, John, Northmoor, hutcher. (Edmonds and Sun, Exchequer office or Pitang Lincoln's inn
DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED. Allen, Henry, Liverpool, merchant, April 30 Andrews, Henry, Eitted caiman, March 31, final Be inlands, WA, and Berijazi Beanlands, Bradford,
wuolttaplers, March 16 Blinkhorn wil!1211g And John Musgrave, Fofter lane, filk
weavers, Varelo Bevinstong Samuci, Gracechurch Arcet, merchant, April Brouk, Fra: ciu, William Farrar, and Robert Rore, Basing11:11 Arect, waiebuulemet, leparare eitate of Brooke,
March 20 Bax, terry, Farningham, tyylor, merchant, March 37 Bird, jottph, lioundiuith, Butter, March 24 Blunt, Thomas, Coui171115Duniy, crvener, March 27 Broadbent, Bellinunt, taillon, boukleller, March 27 Bramhall, Ricard, Shctnciu, cutiers, and Patrick bram.
hali, March 29 baker, Jonathan), Upper Thames ftreet, grocer, April 14,
21 Bestfield, Bacon, Yarmouth; liquor inerchant, April 7,
final Becks, Andrew Berkeley, Green ftreet, Grosvenor square,
upholder, March 17 Blakenan, Jeremian, Limehouse, timber merchant, April
17, final Puiseld, William, Tancalter, Mopkeeper, April 2, final Joue, Peter, Whitfriars, builder, npril 14 Burroughs, James, Chitwellfirect, hotel,pril 14 Chapmall, john, Yarmouill, limen draper, Maich 24 Cowhaw, Charles, S. orne, trocul, prill Curteis, lohu, and Junn Stevens, Pentylin Mopkeepers,
Maren 3 Chinner, Thomas Oldham, Warfall, in rcer, March 19 Cupper, Thomas William, Pancras last, warehouse man,
April 25 Chivers, Williain, Newgate (treet, upholder, April 17 Dutiin, Michael, aad henry Duthilla trattori on Arun, linea
drapers, March 27, foud Durall, Edward, 110 Archer Whiting, Long Acre, coach.
cs, March : 7 DuniaryChristopher, Charies Areet, Hatton Garden, jewe
elitr, April 28 Daituri James, Pertford, bricklayer, April 28 Emilici, i dha tarite, and Itaac Eunundfon, Kef.
Elderton, John, Great Carter lane, oil and colourman,
March 27, final
cliants, trading in the hirin of Buiton. Forbes, and Gre-
rate eftate of Forbes, final
Tyne, fap in kit, April 5
April 16. fial
cual dealer April 14
chants, April 10
on Tya, Soap builer, Aprils
Owen, Robert, and William Mardle Houndfuitch, copper
fmiths, A. 44
Broad itr et buildings, merchants, April 29
itus on Huil, builtas, April7
April to final
blanket inakers, April 13
of Bathwick, victualler, March 20
26, April 18 final
manufacturers, feparate etter of Niviil April 13 Trudwell, Henry Wilvercoin yeoman, April 14, final Vandyck, Peter Dubbledonuts Arnold John Govers Leu.
ven, and Wynand Adriae de Gruiter Vink, Circus, Mia
nores. inerchants, March 16 Wicks, Wiliam, Middle ruw, holborn, haberdasher, Marca Wilde. Jaines, lohn Watts, and ho Body, Upper Thames
street whol file process, March 20
buildings, brandy mrechuni, March 1
INCIDENTS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS, IN AND NEAR LONDON.
With Biographical Memoirs of distinguished Characters recently deceased.
On the 2d of March Mr. George Smart Mr. William John Galabin, printer of had another opportunity of thewing the ex Ingram-court, to Miis Marchant, of Paracellence of his chimney-sweeping apparatus dile-row, Iflington. in extinguishing the fire in a flue. A No.
Capt. Frederick W. Campbell, of the ift 12, Gloucester Place, Camden Town, the regiment of guards, to Mits lelie Caulfield, kitchen chimney took fire, in a few minutes daughter of the late Wade Callield, erą. it raged with so much fury as to break the Caprain R. Curry, of the R. Navy, to Miss chimney-pot to pieces, and to threaten the E. Blachford, daughter of Daniel B. eiq. of destruction of the house itself; the heat in. Tooting. 'deed was so violent as to render the adjoining Wm. Cooper, efq. of Lincoln's-inn, to house in some danger, Mr. Smart's apparatus Miss Joanna Bridge, daughter of Cyprian B. was sent up, and though the passage was in a esq. of Dover-court, Eliex. great measure blocked up by the broken S. Batchellor, ely. of Bloomíbıry-square, pieces of the chimney-pot, in the course of to Miss Shoolbreit, youngeit daughter of the three or four minut's it completely extin late John Shoolbred, ela. guished and brought down all the foot. A At St George's, Hanover-square, the Rev. fireman (from the Phenix Office, we believe) R. HoJeron, rear of that parith, to Miss accidentally passing at the time, was witness M. Tucker, fourth daug'iter of the late Col. to the who e (cene. With this apparatus
Tucker. Mr. S. has swept nearly 700 chimneys with Mr. T Old, of Newington Place, to Miso out the aid of any climbing boy, the whole Crefwell, of Kennington. work being performed by a man in the room W. Haynes, eiq. of the Strand, to Miss from which the chimnev rises. In the course Taylor, of the Adelphi Terrace, of his progress he has met with fourteen in R. Boulton, esq. of Thorncroft, Surrey, ftances only in which he has failed in the at-' to Miss Car. Shubrick. tempt.
F. Robertson, efq. to Miss L. Ross, of MARRIED.
Borwell-court. W. Corteker, eng. to Miss Mary I.yon, Mr. Spong, of High test, Bloomsbury, of Lambeth.
to Miss Simmons, of ivorti ke.